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Mid-19th Century Coat Culture: Turkish Medium: cotton, metallic thread

Mid-19th Century Coat Culture: Turkish Medium: cotton, metallic thread

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Front & rear of a traditional festive / ceremonial robe in late-Ottoman style, called ‘bindallı entari’ (= robe, adorned with goldwork in ‘Maraş işi’ technique). From Central Anatolia, ca. 1925. Golden metal thread and metallic sequins on velvet. Purchased in Ankara, in 1994. (Inv.n° bin002 - Kavak Costume Collection -Antwerpen/Belgium).

Front & rear of a traditional festive / ceremonial robe in late-Ottoman style, called ‘bindallı entari’ (= robe, adorned with goldwork in ‘Maraş işi’ technique). From Central Anatolia, ca. 1925. Golden metal thread and metallic sequins on velvet. Purchased in Ankara, in 1994. (Inv.n° bin002 - Kavak Costume Collection -Antwerpen/Belgium).

Sırma Nakış - Maraş İşi

Sırma Nakış - Maraş İşi

Late-Ottoman 'bindallı entari', early 20th century. Embroidery technique: ‘sarma’ / ‘Maraş işi’.     Sadberk Hanim Museum

Late-Ottoman 'bindallı entari', early 20th century. Embroidery technique: ‘sarma’ / ‘Maraş işi’. Sadberk Hanim Museum

Woman’s ‘cepken’ (long-sleeved jacket).  Late-Ottoman, end of 19th century. Gold metallic embroidered purple velvet; technique: ‘Maraş işi’.  Possibly from Erzurum.

Woman’s ‘cepken’ (long-sleeved jacket). Late-Ottoman, end of 19th century. Gold metallic embroidered purple velvet; technique: ‘Maraş işi’. Possibly from Erzurum.

TÜRK kızları . Yörük (Nomad) Festival in Türkiye (Turkey), Middle-Turan!

TÜRK kızları . Yörük (Nomad) Festival in Türkiye (Turkey), Middle-Turan!

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